Hey guys! I wanted to share a quick, easy and inexpensive Christmas craft that can be used in so many different ways. These are my Snow Globe Embroidery hoop wreaths. They can be made in many different sizes as well; hang small ones as ornaments, large ones on doors or do a cluster of medium size ones for an art display on an empty wall. All you need is: Embroidery hoop of your size Bottle
Hearth and Hand Collection- what I bought and what I’m doing with it. Unless you live under a rock you probably heard the the new line Hearth and Hand by Joanna and Chip Gaines hit Target over the weekend. I’m going to share what I got and what I did with it! So by now some of you may be tired of Home decor blogger's writing about it but I’m here to show you
Cape Cod Beach House (Update) This post is a long time coming. I've had it drafted for weeks. So here it is our our family beach house on Cape Cod! I've shared updates on Instagram stories but haven't shared too many photos on the blog. The exterior of the home is almost done and now we are finally getting to the fun stuff. Choosing the tile, lighting and making interior design choices is obviously my favorite part.
Part 1 of my "Starting a Craft Night Business" series I explained the first 4 steps to help you start your own Craft Night business in your city. Go here if you would like to read it. Today in Part II I will cover how to Plan, Price and Promote your Craft Nights. Just to recap; you have given yourself or at minimum though of a business name, and/or designed a logo. You determined your "THING" which is your
Part 1 Hi Guys! I'm starting a new series for anyone interested in starting their own little side business hosting craft nights in their town/city. I've been successful for the last several years running mine. If you go here you will see how I describe what I offer on my website. I hope to give you a little insight into WHY I started doing them and HOW I run them in the next several posts. For those of you that follow me